Each year Women’s Conference brings together over a thousand Labour women, politicians, stakeholders and activists.
Women’s Conference takes place each year the day before Annual Conference begins, giving women a chance to come together for discussions, to speak about the issues affecting them, and to hear from top speakers including women in the shadow cabinet and prominent feminist campaigners.
From the annual open mic session, where Labour women members take the stage, speaking about their experiences and campaigns, to exciting panel debates on topical issues, Women’s Conference is an inspirational day for all attendees, whether you’ve been a Labour party member for a few months or a few decades.
National Women's Conference will take place on Saturday 26th September in Brighton before Annual Conference opens.
Registration is now open for Women's Conference 2015!
How to register:
1. If you are planning on attending Annual Conference as well as National Women's Conference you can book your place at National Women's Conference as part of your Annual Conference application. Apply here
2. If you want to attend Women's Conference only you can apply for a pass now by clicking here